Brain Teasers, Quizzes and Questionnaires
A visual quiz from the BBC to test your insight.
Blufr - No Way! / Way! Trivia
If you were a non-human being animal, what critter would you date? A questionnaire from the London Zoo.
A quiz to determine your place in romantic society.
Whether you take this coffee quiz straight or with cream and sugar, you might have a problem, Zombie Eyes.
Exactly. Brain teasers galore on most any subject.
Email? Telephone? Smoke signals? Yeah, those work, but this tutorial quiz will show you how to manipulate those boogers.
Your objective: Choose the photos of the real Saddam, not his body doubles.
This point system questionnaire sums you up, as seen from the eyes of your sweetie.
It's tough being Mikey. I never know where to, um, stand in the men's room. I hear other guys have the same problem. Take this, um, handy, um, whiz quiz and, um, go in, um, peace. From CleverMedia, you'll need Shockwave.
This canine genius knows what you're thinking.
"Do you know your arse from your elbow?" See if you can correctly identify these photographs collected by Ass-O-Tron. Hmmm, turns out I'm an elbow man.
Participate in a world-wide survey, do you or don't you? May I have a hanky, please?...
The long-running newspaper word game, providing an amusing caption, is available from "The Houston Chronicle" in fresh puzzles Monday through Saturday.
It's the Six Degrees of Elvis Presley game. Link any actor to the King with this handy tool.
Play the USA Network TV game online. Identify two phrases from clues, then smush them together to form a funny third. Example: "Mexican stuffed tortilla" + "The grime between your foot's little piggies" = "Burritoejam." Need Shockwave Flash?
The Six Degrees of Bacon game is reworked for Arnold Schwarzenegger at this University of Virginia site. Type in an actor's name and see the number of links between him and Arnie. Great for trivia buffs.
Based on the board game, answer mind-boggling questions on Pain, Fear, Discomfort, Appearance, Embarrassment, Food Ingestion, Ethics, and Intellect as the predicaments serve up tough titterings. It's also fun to predict how your friends will answer.